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Loyalty. Screw it.

It's time to move on from Doom, but also something else. Loyalty.

Lots of folk are using loyalty like a punch line here. I'd like to think that loyalty to teammates and fans would have kept Doom here, and would be an intangible incentive for him to stay. But y'know, that's all loyalty thing, and in this day and age, this doesn't cut it. It's about cash. So for much for loyalty. Screw it.

And for the FO. You might not have personally created the contract with Doom that you didn't like now, but you are part of an organization that created it. In the world I live in, that means you honor the damn contract. You don't expect to give people a 30% pay cut and like it, after a better than average (statistically speaking, that's a fact) year and have them stick around. If a player played well enough to deserve that cash at one point, perhaps you give him a shot to earn it again. But loyalty to a team member? Screw it.

And fans, many on this site. Those who cheered for Doom. Those who watched him take down Brady. Those who watch a business transaction and take sides in a nobody wins situation and slam a player who played hard for our team. Those who bought a jersey and now want to stomp on it. Loyalty? Screw it.

Sadly, this is one more example of an ADHD society - but let's not let it define Bronco fans. Let's move on, wish Doom well, and wish the Broncos better. Because hopefully if there's something we've learned on this process is value loyalty, and not to screw it (up).

This is a Fan-Created Comment on MileHighReport.com. The opinion here is not necessarily shared by the editorial staff of MHR

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